General Incorporated Foundation en Human Resources Education Foundation Survey report Survey on work values ​​and career satisfaction by age group

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[Survey report] Age-specific survey on work values ​​and career satisfaction Results show that people in their 20s have a high degree of career satisfaction and an awareness of working “for people and society”
En Human Resources Education Foundation (Location: 6-5-1
Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Representative Director: Michikatsu Ochi), which conducts career support projects for young job seekers and awards projects for companies (organizations) where young people can grow, , conducted an age-specific survey on work values ​​and career satisfaction among 1,500 working adults who work for companies with 100 or more employees.
Please see the link below for details of the report.
Age-specific survey on work values ​​and career satisfaction: https://csa-award.or.jp/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/report_1.pdf [Survey overview]
Survey period: August 5, 2022 (Friday) to August 8, 2022 (Monday) Purpose: To clarify the actual state of work values ​​and career satisfaction by age group
Survey target: Full-time employees of companies with 100 or more employees Survey method: Internet survey
Number of valid responses: 1,500
Discussion and summary of survey results
Regarding work values ​​(how to perceive work), it was found that younger generations place importance not only on making a living, but also on improving their skills, contributing to people and society, and whether it leads to their own growth. In particular, the percentage of people in their 20s who emphasized “being useful to people and society” was significantly higher than the overall response. It can be said that one of the ways to increase the engagement of young employees is to clearly convey the perspective of how the company’s products and services will contribute to people and society. When recruiting young talent, including students, it is thought that deepening the perspective of specifically asking “who you want to help and how” through work will lead to motivation for work after joining the company.
More than half of all age groups answered affirmatively to the question, “Do you want to work hard at work?” Among them, 59.4% were the highest among those in their twenties. In addition, looking at the level of satisfaction and expectations for careers by generation, the majority of respondents in their 20s responded positively, suggesting that the younger generation tends to have a positive outlook on work. increase.
The en Human Resource Education Foundation will continue to work on career programs and award projects for university students in order to further increase the number of young people who enthusiastically take on the challenge of solving social issues and organizations where such human resources can shine.
[Characteristics of each generation in work values]
In order to investigate the values ​​of work, each of the four items “for life”, “for skill improvement”, “for people and society”, and “for growth as a person” is emphasized in work. I researched whether to There was no big difference between generations in terms of “for living”, but the younger the generation, the higher the score for “improving skills,” “helping people and society,” and “growing as a person.” The result was the highest for those in their 20s. In particular, it was found that the percentage of people in their 20s who think that they “work to be useful to people and society” is significantly higher than the whole.
Percentage of respondents who answered “strongly agree” or “agree” to the question “Do you place importance on doing your job?” for each item
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[Characteristics of each generation in the degree of focus on work] In response to the question, “Do you want to work hard at work?”, the percentage of people in their 30s who answered “I agree very much” was the highest, and the percentage of those who answered “I agree very much” and “I agree” was the highest among those in their 20s. It was the highest result. It turns out that more than half of all age groups want to work hard at work.
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[Career satisfaction and career expectations by generation]
Positive responses to career satisfaction were highest among those in their 20s. It was found that career expectations increase with age. ≪Career satisfaction≫
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≪Career expectations≫
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Efforts of the en human resources education foundation
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“en Career Creation Lab.” *Currently held online to prevent corona infection The en Human Resource Education Foundation is a foundation that conducts activities aimed at supporting people who wish to work and those who aim to grow through work. We aim to foster people and organizations who take on the challenge of solving social issues through their work. Currently, we have the “CSA Award” that recognizes companies that create “next-generation human resources” that we want to recommend to people in their 20s, “Empower Certification” that certifies companies with a growth environment in their 20s, and “en Career Creation Lab.”, a career support program for university students. Expanding.

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